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a silent selection of ambient pieces brought to us by artists living all around europe and still having close virtual relations to bern city. giving a slight idea where this section will go in the future, every tracks slowly evolves into an imaginary wideness that can probably only be experienced travelling through the sea.
Topics: Electronic, Ambient Techno, Ambient
Lydia Lunch
by Lydia Lunch
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BIG SEXY NOISE are: Lydia Lunch, voice, and GALLON DRUNK: James Johnston, Terry Edwards, guitars, Ian White, drums. TRACKS: 01 Mahakali Calling 02 Cross the Line 03 Ballin' the Jack 04 Your Love Don't Pay My Rent 05 Trust the Witch 06 Dark Eyes 07 Collision Course 08 The Gospel Singer 09 Baby Face Killer 10 Forever on the Run 11 Kill Your Sons (Lou Reed) 12 Big Willie White
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Topics: Live Concert, Big Sexy Noise, Lydia Lunch, Gallon Drunk, p.m.k, pmk, Hungerburg
Source: soundboard: stereo; rear/front mics: Sure PG 58 and AKG 391 (SE300B+CK91); A/D: m-Audio Delta 66 24bit 44100Hz
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A tentative introduction and preliminary remarks about the music, aesthetics and phenomenon of John Cage. Recorded in 1965 this program contains the comments of Charles Shere on the life and music of the most famous of American avant-garde composers. The program, which relies on a 1964 New Yorker article about Cage, a catalogue of his works published by Peters Edition, and Cages own book of essays Silence, for its background information, starts with a description of Cages early education and...
Topics: KPFA-FM, Lecture, Panel Discussion, New Music, Avant-Garde, John Cage, Charles Shere
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by Art Monthly and Resonance 104.4 FM
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Two features from the may 2012 issue 356 Art Monthly are discussed with Paul O'Kane, Omar Kholeif and Matt Hale The Thing Do you believe in things? asks Paul O'Kane In a western world dominated by immaterial labour, and where scientists and philosophers have thrown into doubt our understanding of physical objects, how have artists â from John McCracken and John Hilliard to Wood & Harrison and Andrew Dodds â questioned and defended the nature of things? 'Sculpture, of all the arts, must...
Topics: The Thing, Paul O'Kane, Gilles Deleuze, Claire Parnet, Deleuze, things, Martin Heidegger, Karl...
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July 2009 Lecture at the Rudolf Steiner Institute.
Topics: Global Warming, Climate Change, Water, Energy